Northern Kentucky Sports Home
scores | standings | webcasts | photos | forums | links
NKY Football Quarterfinals
11/17/2010 - by NKS Editor
The Kentucky State Football Playoffs is dwindling in teams and Northern Kentucky still has six teams represented. At least two of those teams will advance to the Semifinals next week as Holy Cross faces NewCath and Simon Kenton plays Ryle.

The Game of the Week video webcast features Holy Cross (7-5) at Newport Central Catholic (10-2) Friday night for the Class 2A Quarterfinal playoffs. Last week, NewCath defeated Christian Academy 51-21 and Holy Cross beat DeSales 26-14 to advance. The Breds defeated the Indians earlier this year 28-14 and has also beat them their last 6 matchups. The Holy Cross vs NewCath Broadcast will begin at 6:50 P.M.

We also will be providing a link to the Highlands vs Johnson Central Broadcast (also in video).

Check out all the NKY games and tournament brackets below:

Class 1A Playoffs - Quarterfinals
Beechwood 56 at Frankfort 13
Beechwood will play home vs Mayfield next week.
Class 1A Football Bracket

Class 2A Playoffs - Quarterfinals
Holy Cross 21 at NewCath 56
NewCath will play at Corbin next week.
Class 2A Football Bracket

Class 5A Playoffs - Quarterfinals
Highlands 21 at Johnson Central 14
Highlands will play at Harlon County next week.
Class 5A Football Bracket

Class 6A Playoffs - Quarterfinals
Simon Kenton 14 at Ryle 35
Ryle will host Trinity next week.
Class 6A Football Bracket

Last week's Game of the Week webcast featured Christian Academy Louisville vs. NewCath in the 2A Playoffs. NewCath won 51-21 thanks to a combined 5 rushing touchdowns from Chris Kelly and Brady Hightchew. For a replay of the Christian Acdaemy/NewCath game click on the replay link below:

Christian Acdaemy/NewCath Replay
 Friday, Jul 19 
53,277 Games AND counting
in our database
Teams  Broadcasts  Articles  Photos  Advertise  Links  Contact Us
The use of this Web site is governed by the site’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
Copyright © 2024 Weblement, LLC. All rights reserved.